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Re: trusted certs in AWS image

On 11/12/15 01:51 PM, Jan Schaumann wrote:

After spinning up an AWS NetBSD 6.1.5 instance (ami-bc2c94d4), I find
that does not have a trusted CA bundle.  My other NetBSD system comes
with /etc/openssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt, but the AMI seems to be
lacking this file.  Is this an oversight in the image?

Whereever you got that file from, it wasn't the base NetBSD image - we've never shipped with certs to my knowledge.

Which isn't to say we _shouldn't_, but we currently don't. So, the AMIs (which I've built) don't have them by default either.

You can install certs from pkgsrc; the package I generally use is mozilla-rootcerts.


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